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What You Will Do. Participate in aerobic exercises that develop cardiorespiratory endurance. Describe Cooper’s 1.5-mile run and other methods of evaluating cardiorespiratory endurance. Evaluate your cardiorespiratory fitness levels. steady-state walk test Cooper’s 1.5-mile run test

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what you will do
What You Will Do
  • Participate in aerobic exercises that develop cardiorespiratory endurance.
  • Describe Cooper’s 1.5-mile run and other methods of evaluating cardiorespiratory endurance.
  • Evaluate your cardiorespiratory fitness levels.
terms to know
steady-state walk test

Cooper’s 1.5-mile run test

steady-state jog test

steady-state cycle test

steady-state swim test

exercise stress test

Terms to Know
cardiorespiratory fitness tests
Cardiorespiratory Fitness Tests

Several test can be used to evaluate cardiorespiratory fitness.

These tests measure cardiorespiratory endurance over time, distance, or both.

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Term to Know

Steady-state walk test

A test that requires you to pace yourself steadily as you briskly walk for 30 minutes and try to achieve a specific goal distance.

Cardiorespiratory Fitness Tests

The steady-state walk test can be used to evaluate cardiorespiratory fitness.

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Term to Know

Cooper’s 1.5-mile run test

A test that requires you to jog/run as fast as you can to cover the distance of 1.5 miles.

Cardiorespiratory Fitness Tests

The Cooper’s 1.5-mile run test can be used to evaluate cardiorespiratory fitness.

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Term to Know

Steady-state jog test

A test that requires you to pace yourself steadily as you jog for 20 minutes and try to achieve a specific goal distance.

Cardiorespiratory Fitness Tests

The steady-state jog test can be used to evaluate cardiorespiratory fitness.

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Term to Know

Steady-state cycle test

A test that requires you to pace yourself steadily as you pedal for 20 minutes on a stationary cycle.

Cardiorespiratory Fitness Tests

The steady-state cycle test is a test that can be used to evaluate cardiorespiratory fitness in individuals who have physical disabilities or injuries that prevent them from running, jogging, or walking.

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Term to Know

Steady-state swim test

A test that requires you to pace yourself steadily as you swim for 20 minutes.

Cardiorespiratory Fitness Tests

The steady-state swim test is another test that can be used to evaluate cardiorespiratory fitness in individuals who have physical disabilities or injuries that prevent them from running, jogging, or walking.

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Cardiorespiratory Fitness Tests

To prepare for an endurance test, you need to prime your body through regular aerobic conditioning for at least five weeks. To further prepare:

Verify the distance

Pace yourself

Practice

Consider weather

Warm-up and cooldown

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Lesson 1 Review

Reviewing Facts and Vocabulary

1. Vocabulary

The 20-minute steady-state cycle test and 20-minute steady-state swim test.

2. Recall

Students should jog or run as fast as they can for 1.5 miles.

3. Recall

Walk briskly for 30 minutes for a specific distance.

  • Recall Describe two alternative evaluations that are used for people who may have difficulty performing the run/walk evaluations.
  • Recall Describe the procedure for performing Cooper’s 1.5-mile run test.
  • Vocabulary Define steady-state walk test.
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